Heroes of History
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Heroes of History

The Diva Has Left The Building

She was told to read her contract, her bosses should have

Beverlee McKinsey was arguably one of the most famous soap actresses ever Image from Wikimedia

In 1972, Beverlee McKinsey came into the soap world like a sheep. Her first role was Emma Frame on Another World. It wasn’t a loud or splashy part for her, but she made an impression on head writer Harding Lemay. He was enamored with her performance that he created a brand new character specifically for her.




Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, from those well known to the ordinary person who becomes heroic.

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